A digital blogger revealed on Weibo that the Honor V40 series will be released in mid-January. Subsequently, some media appeared a high-definition rendering of the Honor V40, confirming that it will be equipped with the previously rumoured 88° waterfall screen.
From the picture, the front screen design of Honor V40 adopts a scheme similar to the upper ring screen of Huawei Mate 30 Pro. The curvature of both sides of the screen is very large, and the thickness of the bottom frame of the screen is very narrow. At the same time, the back of the phone also uses a hyperboloid design, echoing the front and back of the screen, and the bottom of the phone is reserved for a SIM card slot, mic opening and Type-C charging interface.
It is worth noting that the rendering of this exposure also shows that the side frame of the Honor V40 is very narrow, which should not be enough to be equipped with physical power, volume and other buttons. Combined with the previously exposed design drawings, the Honor V40 will use the power button + The design of virtual volume buttons.
According to previous news, the front screen of Honor V40 is 6.72 inches and supports 120Hz ultra-high refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate. The front camera adopts a double-hole design in the upper left corner, and the opening area is reduced by 20% compared with the previous generation. The camera module on the back adopts a circular design similar to a mechanical watch. The design is inspired by the classic four-eye dial of a famous watch while retaining the MATRIX CAMERA camera matrix.
At present, Honor V40 (YOK-AN10) has been certified by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the Principality and is named Honor Terminal. The certification information shows that the machine will be equipped with a 66W fast charging source adapter and support 45W wireless fast charging.